Tuesday, September 01, 2009
Help Wanted: Assist Office Tiger In Outsourcing American Jobs Overseas
Here is an interesting job opportunity that was posted on craigslist this morning:
"Serve as a Records Analyst to one of our global clients for a major records management initiative relating to our client’s safety, health and environmental documents. The goal of this project is to identify, review, index and categorize these records in accordance with new records categories being developed by the client. The scope of this project will include all of our client’s plant sites in the United States and has an unknown duration, but approximately 1-2 years. This position will be responsible for visiting plant sites and identifying, reviewing, indexing and categorizing applicable documents at such plant sites. We are looking for an individual that is willing and able to travel each week to various client sites for document review. This travel would be US based only."
Don't be fooled! The ad says that you will be working for RR Donnelley, which is a respected business print company. If you do a little research, you will learn who you are really working for, none other than that bottom feeding LPO firm known as Office Tiger. Office Tiger is hiding behind the respected name of a large American Fortune 500 company. Why aren't they using their own name? Can someone please call Lou Dobbs? If I could venture a guess, you will be collecting documents so that they can be sent back to India to be reviewed by low wage, unlicensed professionals."